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How to make a big bang (sort of)
posted March 29 2011 20:48.21 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is what you need to make a big bang: 1 ton of water in a reinforced transparent tank and 7 grams of black powder. The following video shows an underwater explosion video, taken with a 10.000 fps camera. The next step is to make a bigger bang, with 7 kilos of black powder, don;t you agree??? The video was uploaded by youtube user MrNic2000



[Link: MrNic2000]
Tags: chemistry   explosion   fire   crazy photo/video   slow motion   
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